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Getting to net zero

Net Zero

17 Jan 2020

Getting to net zero

The scale of the sustainability challenge facing London needs to be broken down and simplified if the capital is to hit its zero carbon targets. But the mission needs help from important ‘missing’ pa...

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2020 - a big year for ‘precarious’ London

16 Jan 2020

2020 - a big year for ‘precarious’ London

London is in a ‘precarious’ position, with flat growth projections and the possibility that social problems will create a population drain from the capital and a government keen to be seen as balancin...

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2019: NLA's year in numbers

19 Dec 2019

2019: NLA's year in numbers

NLA has had a bumper year of activity. Here, we bring you the best of 2019, along with a round-up​ from our Curator-in-chief Peter Murray.

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Go multi-storey and intensify! The future of industrial London

Work

17 Dec 2019

Go multi-storey and intensify! The future of industrial London

London must continue its battle to keep industrial land, create more of it, and think differently about the sector if the capital is to reverse a trend and be a fully rounded, global city. And intensi...

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Embrace new housing delivery mechanisms, London urged

Housing

16 Dec 2019

Embrace new housing delivery mechanisms, London urged

‘It’s not about the best way to deliver new housing; it’s about all the different ways of delivering new housing’ So said Patrick Devlin, partner at Pollard Thomas Edwards, and it encapsulated a lot o...

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NLA NextGen Christmas Party

NextGen

16 Dec 2019

NLA NextGen Christmas Party

The NextGen Christmas party on Tuesday 10 December saw young professionals from NLA, CPA and WPA’s NextGen networks come together over mulled wine and mince pies and celebrate the years achievements.

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Innovation in the Royal Docks PechaKucha

09 Dec 2019

Innovation in the Royal Docks PechaKucha

Exciting times lie ahead for the Royal Docks. With a varied line-up of speakers, the Innovation in the Royal Docks PechaKucha, the first event in NLA’s Royal Docks programme, gave a snapshot of the cr...

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Hotels must forge connections with local communities

Hotels & Hospitality

06 Dec 2019

Hotels must forge connections with local communities

London’s hotels should concentrate on forging connections with their local communities – becoming the ‘pubs’ of their areas – if they are to thrive and prosper and in turn help high streets where reta...

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Harnessing technology, for people – future streets

Transport & Infrastructure

03 Dec 2019

Harnessing technology, for people – future streets

Streets make up more than 80 percent of all public space in London. But how will they adapt and evolve to take in the changes likely to come from technological advances in transport? A half-day confer...

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Westminster aims at green boost in ‘places for people’ drive

25 Nov 2019

Westminster aims at green boost in ‘places for people’ drive

Westminster is upping its efforts to create places for people, including a notable shift from the council and other stakeholders to reduce congestion, raise air quality, and provide more public realm...

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Cycling fits bill for Future Streets

Transport & Infrastructure

15 Nov 2019

Cycling fits bill for Future Streets

‘An innovation we’re really not taking advantage of enough is the bicycle‘ So said Lucy Saunders, Director of Healthy Streets, as she opened the Future Streets exhibition at NLA last night.

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Quality of place brings value – in London and New York

City Dialogues

05 Nov 2019

Quality of place brings value – in London and New York

Developers in both London and New York are beginning to connect quality of place with value. But they must work harder to communicate that message if they are to rebuild trust with local communities a...

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